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    Question Best things to get signed at baseball games???!!!

    I know that the main things to get signed at baseball games are photos, cards, and ROMLB's (Rawlings Official Major League Baseball's). I was wondering what's the best thing other than those to get signed (if there is one)?

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    Sports Illustrated and other magazines are good to get signed.
    Drug and smoke free trading.

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    Bat or batting helmet
    WTTF 1965 Topps Pete Rose #207, 1989 UD KGJr. #1, 1994 UD SP A-Rod #15. Condition doesn't matter too much to me.

    I sporadically graph the Hillsboro Hops and this year the new Portland Pickles! I need 7 more trade completed so I can offer 50/50's (legitimately)

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    Programs or tickets (not the ones you print from your home)
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    : St.Louis Blues, Keith Tkachuk, vintage cards, and GU/autos of vintage players
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    I know that I did pennants one year. I did single signatures and highlighted them off of my roster until I had the whole Indianapolis Indians team and filled a wall with them! They looked great!
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    Go Mets, Colts, Reds and The Ohio State University
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